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Old October 8th, 2013, 06:18 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Just received my Elago M2 stand that I ordered from Amazon for $25. My Droid Maxx fits it great, with or without my Diztronic TPU case. It's one piece of solid aluminum, with rubberized feet on the bottom of the base and also in the support brackets. It comes in black or silver. I chose the black version to match the Maxx.

The great thing about this stand is that it has space between the support brackets to allow access to the micro-USB port for charging. It has holes in the back of the base for cable management as well. Overall, it's a nice alternative to the more expensive charging dock for the Maxx that seems to be of lesser build quality and will have to be replaced when the next phone is purchased. This stand should work with any phone going forward.


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This is the stand I use, very slick as wireless charges the maxx as fast as plug in charger, have one on my desk at work and one on my night stand at home...love it!

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Heh I actually have a TYLT Vu as well, on my nightstand. I can't afford more than one though so I went with the Elago M2 as a desk stand for home and office.
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Anyone know if the Nokia DT910 will work with our phones? I've ordered a Tylt but I really like the way the Nokia holds the phone. Looks like the charger holds the phone and a nice viewing angle for an alarm clock app on the nightstand. My only concern is whether the phone will align properly for wireless charging.

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